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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Coal bed methane drilling rigs dot the landscape near Rifle, Colorado.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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A greater sage gouse lies dead as the result of a collision with drilling-related traffic near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas production.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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Greater sage grouse displaying near Pinedale, Wyoming. This area is being developed for natural gas drilling.

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Greater sage grouse display on a freshly-bulldozed road that runs through their strutting ground. Wyoming’s Pinedale anticline is one of the hottest areas for natural gas drilling.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep graze along the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coalbed methane development.

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A pronghorn antelope in the road leading to a drilling rig near Buffalo, WY.

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Pronghorn antelope forage near a coal bed methane rig on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope cross a road on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope run through a section of the Jonah Fieldnear Pinedale, Wyoming. The field, currently being developed for natural gas, is part of the traditional migration route for over 40,000 pronghorn.

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